UNIZAR, SPAIN

Universidad De Zaragoza

KEY STAFF:
Prof. Dr. Luis A. Moreno Aznar
Alba M. Santaliestra Pasías
Silvia Bel Serrat
www.unizar.es

GENUD is a consolidate Research Group involved in several European financed projects regarding lifestyles, social inequalities, growth and development in children and adolescents. GENUD has experience in social marketing, key element due to the strategies used for the reduction of health inequalities. GENUD published 155 international papers in the last 5 years and coordinated the HELENA project.

Our involvement

by Prof. Dr. Luis A. Moreno Aznar

Currently, participates in projects such as IDEFICS, EPODE, TOYBOX, etc. His research interests are in epidemiological studies of diet and obesity, and obesity prevention programs in children and adolescents.

Luis A. Moreno Aznar, PhD in Medicine, senior lecturer in the Faculty of Health Science in the University of Zaragoza. He is the Principal Investigator of the GENUD research group (Growth, Exercise, Nutrition and Development) at the University of Zaragoza. He is the PI in the EPHE project.

Our involvement

by Alba M. Santaliestra Pasías

Currently, participates in projects such as IDEFICS, EPODE, TOYBOX, etc. Her research interests are in epidemiological studies of diet and physical activity, and obesity prevention programs.

PhD student in Nutrition, working as a researcher at University of Zaragoza (Spain). She is part of the EPHE project group, and she is working on the development of a systematic review on interventions based on energy balance related behaviours and their effectiveness to prevent obesity development in children and adolescents.

Our involvement

by Silvia Bel Serrat

Currently, participates in projects such as IDEFICS, EPODE, TOYBOX, etc. Her research interests are in epidemiological studies of diet and physical activity, and obesity prevention programs.

PhD in Nutrition, working as a researcher at University of Zaragoza (Spain). She is part of the EPHE project group, and she is working on the development of a systematic review on interventions based on energy balance related behaviours and their effectiveness to prevent obesity development in children and adolescents.